Reporting to members and stakeholders
Dairy Australia reports to its members and stakeholders through a range of channels:
Annual general meeting
Dairy Australia reports on its financial and investment performance each year to members and stakeholders at an Annual General Meeting (AGM), typically held in November. Our Managing Director and Chairman discuss:
- Achievements for the reporting year
- Where Dairy Australia is heading over the next one to five years
- How we will manage the challenges that will shape the industry’s future
Dairy Australia members can ask the Board questions after the formal business of the meeting. A Notice-of-Meeting is sent to all members in mid October to invite them to the AGM, and inform them of the formal business that will be conducted at the meeting, ie:
- The directors retiring or re-standing for election
- Information about the nominated candidates
- Resolutions that need to be voted on
Dairy Australia records its performance in its Annual Report, which can be viewed in our publications section. The Annual Report is sent to the Australian Government and members who request a copy.
2016 Review Details
As part our Statutory Funding Agreement with the Australian Government, we are required to conduct an independent review of our performance before a levy poll, which gives levy payers the opportunity to indicate their preferred rate of levy. The review evaluates how we performed against our Strategic and Annual Operational Plans, and the value we provided for levy payers. The latest review by GHD, was completed in September 2011 as part of Dairy Poll 2012. Click here to view the Independent Performance Review.
Dairy Australia produces a wide range of publications and other documents that communicate the outcomes of individual investments. These can be viewed in our dairy publications section.
All members can ring their Memberline for free on 1800 004 377 for further information.